Bring Me the Horizon kicked off the new year in blistering fashion by debuting the new single 'Shadow Moses.' Now, they've just unveiled a stirring music video for song.

The clip may be a little difficult to watch for those with motion sickness, but the quick-cutting camera trick definitely adds something to the video that makes it unique. The imagery of the band performing against stark backdrops like a snow-covered field or an ocean shore in winter provides striking visuals for the hard-hitting track and the usage of red flares is definitely eye-catching.

'Shadow Moses' is the lead single off of Bring Me the Horizon's forthcoming album, 'Sempiternal,' due April 30. Singer Oli Sykes previously stated of the new disc, "I've never been so confident about an album. It makes our last record sound like s---. We're doing stuff we could never dreamed of doing before."

For those wondering about the odd album title which is repeated in the song 'Shadow Moses' several times, it means "eternal and unchanging" or "everlasting." Given that knowledge, the dark and cold imagery in the video makes the clip all the more intense.

Watch Bring Me the Horizon's 'Shadow Moses' Video